The doubly evil Ultron Sigma has snatched two of the six Infinity Stones, and used their supreme power to fuse the Marvel and Capcom universes. Now it’s up to iconic heroes from both sides to reclaim the stones and retake reality. Welcome to Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite on PS4.
Here we are! Just a few weeks away from the release of Raid: World War II. The Lion game Lion crew and I are busy working away on the final elements of the game before we ship!
Some years ago I had a sitdown with my former boss, Bo. I wanted to talk to him about Project Tokyo – a game set during World War II, with the DNA of Payday. He asked: “What the hell is Project Tokyo?”, and I said: “It’s a co-op FPS during World War II. Four guys cause mayhem, kill Nazis, steal their gold, all while being tongue-in-cheek with a dark twist.
We got funded, made the game and it’s soon going to be released! A nerve-wracking time right now for sure.
Ghost Recon Wildlands pits you against an entire country’s worth of cartel goons and corrupt security forces, and now there’s a new challenge on the horizon: other players. Ghost War, a new PvP mode coming in a free update for Ghost Recon Wildlands later this fall, pits two four-person fireteams against each other across new, cover-filled maps. And starting September 21, you can get an early taste of the action by joining the open beta, available to all PS Plus subscribers whether they own Ghost Recon Wildlands or not.
Running from 3 AM Pacific on September 21 through 3 AM Pacific on September 25 (with pre-loading beginning at midnight on September 19), the standalone open beta on PS4 features two maps and six available character classes (out of a total 12), and is a perfect opportunity to familiarize yourself with the sound markers, suppression mechanics, and other new features Ghost War introduces to encourage stealth and tactical team play.
Ever since 2008’s Call of Duty: World at War, I’ve hugely appreciated the Zombies co-op mode that has evolved into a series staple. With Sledgehammer Games taking the reins for COD: WWII, I’ve been dying to learn how this talented studio will innovate on one of the most popular cooperative shooters in history.
This is an especially important question since some of Sledgehammer’s founding members were responsible for the horror classic Dead Space! So we tossed a batch of questions at COD: WWII’s Zombies lead Jon Horsley, senior director at Sledgehammer Games, to learn what the studio is up to. Read on to get the first nitty-gritty details on COD: WWII’s Zombies mode, straight from Sledgehammer.
With the launch of Gran Turismo Sport just around the corner on October 17, there’s a lot of exciting information to share about the new game. We wanted to provide a roundup of some of the announcements that you may have missed, as well as some new details for the dedicated among you.
GT Sport is built from the ground up to provide race fans with something different, whether you’re a Gran Turismo first timer or one of our veterans from the last 20 years of titles. So buckle up as we detail eight things you need to know about Gran Turismo Sport.
The last time I played The Sims, I was in high school. That was unnervingly close to 20 years ago, and a lot has changed. But the heart of The Sims 4 remains the same: to build. To tell stories. To celebrate the eccentricities we all have. And to turn our whole world into a game. The Sims 4 continues that long tradition on PS4, and it does so with surprising aplomb.
Almost everything from the PC version appears on PS4. That includes years of DLC, updates, and ghosts. Sim ghosts, but still impressive! For those looking for a content-rich, feature-complete experience, this is it.
New to The Sims? Come prepared to make choices. The Sims 4 encourages experimentation and procrastination in equal measure. Spend hours creating a whole family in game, or building a dream home brick by brick. Micro-manage every bathroom break and block party, or focus on building a career. Make friends, find love, have children, and watch them grow. Everything is on the table.
Hi, this is Simon from Lost in the Garden, a small indie team from Vienna, Austria. Today we’re very excited to finally share the news that our game Lightfield will land on PS4 September 26th. It’s a sci-fi racing game with local and online multiplayer, and we can’t wait to see and hear your reactions once it goes live!
We have put our hearts and souls into our first project, which we describe as a hyper futuristic racing game with a parkour twist. The key feature in Lightfield is that you can drive on any surface, including walls and ceilings. This makes gameplay very different to any other racing game out there.
We’re all gamers here at PlayStation Store – and we’re excited to finally share with you a little pet project we’ve been working on! Over the past few weeks we’ve been compiling a list of some our favorite games and working closely with our publisher friends to bring you today’s PlayStation Picks Sale.
Starting right now, save up to 50 percent on titles that run the gamut from some of the most successful franchises of all time to smaller independent games we’ve fallen in love with – and everything in between. PlayStation Plus members save up to 60 percent.
Head over to PS Store through the weekend to pick up NieR: Automata, Yakuza 0, Fortnite Deluxe Founder’s Pack and more.
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